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Two members of the United Democratic Party (UDP) Demba Touray and Yahya Jammeh have on Tuesday the 23rd April appeared before the TRRC to explain their ordeal in the hands of the AFPRC and APRC governments. The Testimony of Demba Touray Demba Touray, a member of the United Democratic Party (UDP) has given testimony before the TRRC about the 1996 De
Witnesses appearing before the TRRC, have called on the Commission to do more investigation rather than relying on witness testimonies only. They said the testimonies of the witnesses may not be sufficient and that the Commission should do a thorough investigation or else they may punish victims instead of perpetrators. Major Lamin Fatty and Warran
The panel of the Court-Martial in the trial of 12 personnel of the Gambia Armed Forces has on Friday 24th May convicted 8 on several offences including treason and other felonious charges. The court-martial convicted 6 soldiers and officers on treason, 6 on incitement to mutiny, 8 on failure to report mutiny, 8 on conspiracy to commit mutiny, and 6
Lawyer Abdoulie Sisoho, the Counsel for Yankuba Touray has on Thursday 16ht May 2019 commenced cross-examining Alagie Kanyi, a witness of the TRRC over the allegations he made about Touray and Fatoumata Jahumpa Ceesay. Kanyi is the first prosecution witness (PW1) of the trial involving Yankuba Touray, an erstwhile member of the defunct AFPRC govern
Justice Aminata Saho-Ceesay of the Banjul High has on Tuesday the 16th April granted bail to Yankuba Touray and Fatoumata Jahumpa Ceesay. The two accused persons (defendants) were arraigned before the high court on three criminal counts, namely; conspiracy contrary to section 368 of the Criminal Code and each of them is facing a single count on int
Pa Modou Bojang, the Chief Executive Officer of the Home Digital Fm has instituted a suit against the Gambia Police Force, Ministry of Interior and the Attorney General claiming for fifteen million dalasis as damages he incurred from the alleged police assault on him during the Faraba Incident. Bojang, is claiming for this sum as damages for assaul
Investigators and Researchers of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) have on Wednesday exhumed the corpses of seven soldiers who were executed during the reign of the APPRC military junta. The remains of the former Gambia National Army personnel were exhumed at the Yundum barracks barely two weeks after investigators dug sev
Essa M. Faal the lead Counsel for the TRRC has on Tuesday 23rd April told the press that the Commission has three types of hearing. Faal said the mode of questioning of a witness depends on several factors adding that the nature and type of hearing and type of hearing and also the type and legal qualification of the witness. “All witnesses who ap
P a Habibou Mbaye has told the TRRC that Ousman Koro Ceesay was murdered by Yankuba Touray and Edward Singhatey. Pa Habibou Mbaye is a former crime management coordinator (CMC) Gambia Police Force and the 48th witness of the truth commission (TRRC). He said from his investigations into the murder of Koro Ceesay, he inferred that Ceesay was killed b
A building without a proper foundation cannot stand, so, therefore, the proposed meeting of the Coalition’s stakeholders is untimely. The agenda of the meeting would be mainly on should President Adama Barrow rule for 3 or 5 years. One would ask why this meeting is called. Why is it necessary to talk about an agreement that has already been signe